Get the n-th term of Kolakoski Sequence.
It'd be good to indicate which kolakoski sequence you mean since I can find at least two different ones
1. wikipedia = http://oeis.org/A000002
2. wolfram mathworld = http://oeis.org/A006928
it is https://oeis.org/A000002
Are you in or are you out?
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